Expert called in to help with pool

AN industry expert will be brought in to help manage the lead up, as well as after, the opening of the Rosebud Aquatic Centre. The five-year fee-for-service management model adopted by Mornington Pen...

Screen time breaks barriers

A DONATION of three iPads to nonverbal students at Mornington Special Development School is allowing them to communicate with their families, teachers, carers and friends – some for the first time. T...

Trainee takes path towards helping others

A YOUNG Mornington woman who “always wanted to help people” is the first to enter a traineeship program at Mornington Peninsula CIU. Victoria Police launched the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

Recycling back, but more trouble looms

Recycled material collected by Mornington Peninsula Shire is set to resume being “processed” instead of being taken to landfill. Bans on the shire’s recycling processor SKM were lifted late last mont...

Rain a blow to beach water quality

Five of the Mornington Peninsula’s Port Phillip beaches are ranked in the top 10 for water quality by Environment Protection Authority Victoria. Top of the 36-beach list for having the best water qua...

Family Fun Day at Rye Tennis Club

Rye Tennis Club is opening up the courts to offer a Free Tennis Day  to the public. The club will be welcoming people of all ages who have never played before through to tennis regulars to the club o...

Trump touchdown a tick for ‘The Pillars’ wall

The roar of engines in the dead of night was deafening, and the commotion the largest Tyabb has ever seen. But by sunrise, the only sign of the previous night’s strange activity was a familiar light ...